Every musical journey is chock full of twists and turns. You record different ideas, try out different plugins, and may even save different versions of a Project as it progresses.
In fact, the creative process is kinda like time traveling, isn’t it? Time passes by as you fly through Logic. How about this idea? Ooh! Maybe this plugin…
And sooner or later through these snapshots in time, we realize, “nope! I don’t like that. Undo.”
Lucky for us, Logic Pro allows for a lot of Undo Steps. 100s, in fact, if you’d like it to!
But what happens if you want to undo something you did months ago? Or want to revert back to the saved version of your Project from yesterday?
OR what happens if a plugin is crashing Logic on startup. So your Project is unable to open??
Well it turns out Logic Pro offers tons of safety features to protect you from such devastating circumstances. From:
- Project Alternatives – which let you save multiple versions of a Project within the same Project
- Customizable Backups – so you can revert back to as many the last 100 saved versions of your Project
- Customizable Undos – which lets you set the number of undo steps. Plus you can include Mixer and Plugin setting undos as well
- Disable Core Audio – so even if your Project crashes on startup, you can still open it by turning off all the plugins and instruments inside the Project
These features can be such a life-saver. So in day 19 of our 30-day series, let’s examine Logic Pro’s safety features.